Posts Tagged ‘Dr. Dre’

Exclusive: Bishop Lamont & Dr. Dre Shooting Video

November 21, 2007


360OZ Exclusive: One of our sources in the streets has given us the heads up that Aftermath’s newest star, Bishop Lamont is in the Caribbean with none other than Dr. Dre shooting a video for Bishop’s street single off his debut album. The single hasn’t leaked or been heard anywhere yet, but should be out by the end of the year, with the video dropping early ’08. Remember where you heard it first! Oh, and YES Dre is in the video and on the single (in addition to producing it). Remember where you heard it first! Oh, and we just confirmed it definitely is happening, lets just hope it doesn’t get lost in the Aftermath vaults…


First N.W.A. Picture?

November 13, 2007


And before you ask, Cube was away at college… Wow!! History

Bishop Lamont: CalTroit (Free Download)

November 5, 2007

Dr. Dre Sued

October 30, 2007

Super producer Dr. Dre may be hauled back into court for previous privacy invasion case for an incident that occurred over 7 years ago.

Three former City of Detroit employees plan on suing Dre (born André Romell Young), who they claim illegally videotaped a conversation without their knowledge, according to the Detroit Free Press.
The conversation, recorded back in 2000, has Greg Bowens, who was spokesmen to then Mayor Dennis Archer at the time; Gary Brown, who was the police commander at the time; and Paula Bridges, then the police spokeswoman asking concert producers not to show a video containing nudity at an upcoming “Up In Smoke” show in the area.
Later, a DVD that included that conversation was released.


Dr. Dre & Eminem Back In Studio

October 27, 2007

It has been rumored that Dr. Dre & Eminem were seen in Detroit studios this week working on Eminem’s new album.

Well, we have some exclusive updates to add to this. Eminem’s next album is titled “King Mathers” officially and is nearing completion. With tracks and features from the likes of Akon, T.I., Dr. Dre, and the Shady camp, we are looking at a tenative early spring release date. Now, the question still remains if this will be the classic Em of old, or the new “fack” Em?